Dmitry Marinichev broadcast NSN expressed the opinion that adopted in the first reading a bill can change dramatically during the passage through Parliament. The state Duma adopted in the first reading the bill obliging the Russian manufacturers to preinstall software on computers and smartphones, sold in Russia. A ban on the sale of equipment no Russian should enter into force on 1 July 2020. Internet Ombudsman Dmitry Marinichev broadcast NSN expressed the opinion that the bill can change dramatically during the passage through Parliament. “On the one hand, in such initiatives is nothing bad, it as a mandatory instruction in Russian language for household appliances. But what it will be for the third reading, it is hard to say. We usually have after the first reading fairly radical changes in the bills. Introduces significant changes, particularly relating to the Internet,” he said. Informed analyst of Mobile Research group Eldar Murtazin in the air NSN suggested that the conduct of such a ban will lead to the withdrawal of the Russian market of Apple products.
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